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Kenmore c978-97322 electric laundry center use & care guide
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ST ST ST ST STA A A A A TUS lights
TUS lights
TUS lights
C C C C C
TUS lights
TUS lights
The STATUS lights show the stage the washer is in. When the
selector knob is set to a new cycle, the STATUS lights will flash
momentarily, showing the stages the cycle will go through.
STATUS light
Illuminates
When the fabric softener option has been
ON
selected.
When the washer is in the wash portion of
WASH
the cycle.
When the washer is in the rinse portion of
RINSE
the cycle.
When the washer draining and/or spinning.
SPIN
When the washer lid is locked. This feature
LID LOCKED
prevents the lid from being opened while
the washer is in the spin cycle or coasting to
a stop.
NOTE: If the STATUS lights are blinking, the operation of the
washer has been paused. To resume operation press the
START button (the lid must be closed).
Temperature
Temperature
D D D D D
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Select the water temperature for the wash and rinse cycles.
Always follow fabric manufacturer's care label or instructions
when laundering.
A A A A A utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature Contr
temperature and adjusts the fill water to obtain a more pre-
cise temperature range for all wash temperatures. For ex-
ample, in a COLD wash selection, some warm water may be
added to reach a temperature needed to better dissolve de-
tergents. Often, detergents are not completely dissolved in
very cold water, especially in cooler climates.
During winter months, when the water entering your home is
colder, or for locations with very cold water year round, use
the A A A A A utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature C
utomatic Temperature Contr
utomatic Temperature C
powdered detergents and to improve the cleaning of your
clothes.
The T T T T T AP C
AP C
AP C
OLD
OLD feature turns the A A A A A utomatic Temperature
OLD
AP COLD
AP C
OLD
C C C C C ontr
ontr
ontr
ontr
ontrol ol ol ol ol feature on your washer off, and uses your household
tap water temperature for a COLD wash. This can provide
energy savings by reducing the amount of hot water used in
your wash.
Please note that in some instances, using very cold water may
reduce wash performance. In such cases, we recommend
selecting the COLD setting to help improve wash performance.
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ontrol ol ol ol ol senses the incoming water
ontr
ontr
ontr
ontrol ol ol ol ol COLD to help dissolve
ontr
ontr
ontr
utomatic Temperature
utomatic Temperature
utomatic Temperature
utomatic Temperature
E E E E E
Load Size
Load Size
Load Size
Load Size
Load Size
Loosely load clothes no higher than the top row of holes in
the washer basket.
A A A A A UT
UT UT
UT
UTO L
O L
O L
O L
O LO O O O O AD SENSING
AD SENSING
AD SENSING
AD SENSING
AD SENSING - This selection automatically provides
the correct amount of water suited to the size and type of load
placed in the unit. You may hear some clicking noises and
there will be a small delay before the washer starts filling
as it's sensing the load.
You may also choose to manually select your water level
for any cycle. Simply select any level other than
AUTO LOAD SENSING.
F F F F F
ST ST ST ST STAR
AR
AR
ART T T T T
AR
Press ST ST ST ST STAR
ART T T T T to begin the cycle. With the lid closed pressing
AR
AR
AR
ST ST ST ST STAR
ART T T T T again will PAUSE the cycle and STATUS lights will
AR
AR
AR
blink. To continue the cycle, close the lid and press ST ST ST ST STAR
again. The water fill will continue with the lid opened, except
when AUTO LOAD SENSING is selected as the load size.
(The lid must be closed to continue filling when AUTO LOAD
SENSING is selected.)
If the lid is opened during the cycle, the cycle will PAUSE
and the STATUS lights will blink. To resume the cycle, close
the lid and press ST ST ST ST STAR
ART T T T T .
AR
AR
AR
If the machine is paused for more than 24 hours, the cycle
will be cancelled. To stop the cycle, turn the Cycle Selector
to the OFF position.
AR
ART T T T T
AR
AR

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